Ground Control at Art Basel

The exhibition Ground Control, organized by Nicholas Baume, Director and Chief Curator of Public Art Fund, featured outdoor and site-specific works in Collins Park for the Public sector of Art Basel. From November 30th to December 4th the works were produced in collaboration with The Bass Museum of Art and supported by MGM Resorts Arts and Culture. Challenging some of the norms for public sculpture the works invite visitors to engage in innovative ways, as some sculptures shape shift with interaction. Favorites from the exhibition are below!

Into the Deep: Museum of Glass

Go Into the Deep with this exhibition at the Museum of Glass! It truly felt like you were exploring the deep blue seas with the transparency and vibrant colors of the ocean.

Art AIDS America at The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Jack Pierson “Cry” 2009 Metal, wood, and paint

Adam Rolston “Trojan Boxes” 1991 Ink on cardboard

Keith Haring “Altar Piece” 1990, cast 1996 Bronze with white gold-leaf patina

Larry Stanton “Untitled (Hospital Drawing)” 1984 Crayon on paper

Tino Rodriguez “Eternal Lovers” 2010 Oil on wood 

An incredible exhibition I saw twice within its exhibition run. The fusion of decades of work is a testimony to the relevance and impact the AIDS epidemic has on our society. 

We will never forget, you are not forgotten.

Link to exhibition description: http://m.bronxmuseum.org/exhibitions/art-aids-america

Chihuly Bridge of Glass

The bridge is the gateway that welcomes people to Tacoma.
We wanted something unique in the world, something that
is full of color and offers a joyous experience to passersby
both night and day.

—Dale Chihuly

Chihuly Bridge of Glass